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Smart water meteres take root in Texas cities

John Wayne Ferguson, The Texas Tribune | Aug 06, 2012

More accurate electric water meters offer higher efficiency for customers and water resources.

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Detention Center Seen as Model for Reform

Julian Aguilar, The Texas Tribune | Jul 28, 2012

A new planed juvenile detention center offers hope for South Texas troubled youth.

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Texas' petrochemical boom fuels hopes and concerns

Kate Galbraith, The Texas Tribune | Jul 17, 2012

South Texas has benefited greatly from the number of jobs and economic boost the petrochemical industry has supplied the area with recently. But concerns are now being voiced about the damage this technology can do to the environment, especially during a prolonged drought across the state.

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The airport's bilingual commercial, currently running on digital billboards at the Veterans Los Tomates International Bridge in Brownsville and the International Bridge in Pharr has captured this prestigious recognition. (Photo courtesy of Brownsville-SPI Intl Airport)

Brownsville-SPI Intl airport secures top honor in marketing, communications contest

Michael Jones, Brownsville South Padre International Airport | Jul 11, 2012

The Brownsville-South Padre Island International Airport won a top award in marketing and communications by the Airport Council International North America's Excellence in Marketing Contest for their bilingual commercial, currently running on digital billboards on two international bridges.

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Shale gas fuels refinery 'rebirth' on Gulf Coast

Dave Fehling, KUHF/StateImpact Texas | Jul 03, 2012

Shale gas has been the cause of an economic blessing for many Texas cities, but what are the environmental consequences?

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